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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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B. M. Prentiss, Brigadier-General. List of killed and wounded at the battle of Mount Zion, December 28, 1861, of the First Regiment of Sharpshooters--Colonel Birge commanding. Severely Wounded.--W. Derot, Company B, since died; Sergeant Larimore, Company B; J. Manar, Company B; P. Putnam, Company B; C. H. Machie, Company H; H. Gurnon, Company H; C. Atherton, Company H. Slightly Wounded.--A. Henoesi, Company A; John Lynch, Jesse Chambers, L. Beach, D. Martimore, W. H. Blake, Tobias Miller, Peter Edwards, Company B; Sergeant Weeks, Company D; Sergeant Lemon, Corporal Carr, J. M. Parker, J. Vinton, M. Grady, T. Slevin, Company H. List of rebel wounded left at Mount Zion Church, after the battle of December 28, 1861. W. C. McLean, arm broken; Wm. Phillips, shot through stomach; Wm. Swader, Calloway County, (since died,) right breast; Wm. T. Ives, Lincoln County, through groin; Major Thomas Breckinridge, Warren County, right arm and left breast; John H. Jones, Warren Co
Valentine Parish, Ambrose Ford and John W. Wilson. Dinwiddie.--Thomas B. Hamlin, W. M. Gill and William Young. Essex.--Thomas Croxton, Leonard P. Sale and Muscoe Garrett. Fayette.--Edward B. Bailey, Hudson M. Dickinson and James Montgomery. Floyd.--Bayant Hylton, Noah B. Moore and Thomas W. Williamson. Franklin.--James S. Calloway, Thomas Dudley, sr., and Frederick R. Browne. Frederick.--Washington G. Singleton, Colonel R. J. Glass and J. Carr Baker. Giles.--James Adair, Tobias Miller and Samuel Kinsey. Goochland.--Walter D. Leake, A. M. Hamilton and Thomas Taylor. Grayson.--John Dickinson, Haston Fulton and William C. Parks. Greenbrier.--James W. Davis, Austin Handley and Charles L. Peyton. Greene.--William F. Plunkett, Edwin Booton and Benjamin Herndon. Greenesville.--Robert Cato, B. R. Wilson and Henry Spratley. Halifax.--John R. Edmunds, Thomas S. Flournoy and Beverly Sydnor. Hanover.--Edmund Winston, Edward Shelton and William J. Carpenter. H